Artemis

November 17, 2017

Artemis by Andy Weir Mystery Science Fiction Suspense Thriller * * * * Stars (Great!) Jasmine (Jazz) Bashara is a brilliant porter/smuggler living in Artemis (moon colony) who makes really poor life choices.  When she agrees to sabotage some harvesters for one of her clients in return for a million slugs (a sort of moon-based credit system), Jazz has no idea that the company she’s violating is a front for…

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Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (series)

September 30, 2017

Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (series) by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko Adventure Manga Science Fiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) “Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin” is a manga series detailing a war between the Earth Federation and the Principality of Zeon.  In the distant future, humanity is forced to build colonies in outer space due to overpopulation.  These colonies soon revolt, wishing to become independent.  Both sides of the…

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Fahrenheit 451

September 30, 2017

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Classics Dystopian Science Fiction Review #1 * * * Stars (Pretty good) It’s about a future American society where books are illegal.  If you have one it is required you get rid of it or you will be prosecuted.  I liked it, but at the same time didn’t like it because it’s interesting why they didn’t want to learn anything new, they thought they knew…

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Ms Marvel comics – Librarian Review

September 2, 2017

Ms. Marvel comics written by G. Willow Wilson illustrated by Mirka Andolfo, Takeshi Miyazawa, & Francesco Gaston Comics Superhero * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) If you aren’t already reading Ms. Marvel, you should drop everything now and start.  She’s a smart, funny, Muslim teenager who develops superpowers and must choose how to use them responsibly while maintaining her friendships and being part of her close-knit family.  There are…

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Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur – Librarian Review

August 31, 2017

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur Vol. 1: BFF Written by Amy Reeder & Brandon Montclare Art by Natacha Bustos Comics/Graphic Novel Science Fiction Superhero * * * * Stars (Great!) 9-year-old Lunella (Moon Girl) is frantically searching for the Omni-Wave Projector so that she can use it to reverse engineer a cure for humans who have been affected by the Terrigen cloud (those who have inhuman genes that change when…

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Lady Midnight

August 26, 2017

Lady Midnight Dark Artifices #1 by Cassandra Clare Adventure Fantasy Mystery Romance Science Fiction Thriller Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) It is in the world of Shadowhunters and it is very well written.  You can never predict what is going to happen and that is what makes Cassandra Clare one of my favorite authors.  It follows a girl named Emma and her parabati – her sworn…

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Flowers for Algernon

August 11, 2017

Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes Science Fiction Review #1 * * * Stars (Pretty good) I liked the concept of the book and the foreshadowing it has.  It talks about Algernon, a mouse, and a human being tested for a “potion” that can make you smarter.  For the human it works, yet makes him realize something about his life that he didn’t before.  What I didn’t like was how…

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Between

August 11, 2017

Between by Jean Thesman Science Fiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) There are two parts in the book acting as different worlds, the Mudwalker world (our world) and the “real world.”  One family has to keep a secret of how one member can live in both worlds but another is the king of the real world.  The real world is being threatened and the family has…

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Martian

June 29, 2017

The Martian by Andy Weir Science Fiction Review #1 * * * * * Stars (Amazing!) The Martian is one of those books that exceeds your expectations by a long shot.  You may think it’s a boring book, but wait, it has potatoes!  Astronaut Mark Watney is left on Mars when a satellite his him and his crew abandons him.  He has to figure out how to make food, water,…

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Micro

June 29, 2017

Micro by Michael Crichton & Richard Preston Science Fiction Review #1 * * * Stars (Pretty good) Micro is a book that has a power hungry evil doctor that doesn’t like people who foil his schemes.  He convinces 7 college students from MIT and plans to test out his illegal shrink ray on them.  I think this book is good for people who are into this stuff.  I love Michael Crichton’s…

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